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Translation of "log" - English-Spanish dictionary

log

noun   /lɒɡ/
a thick piece of wood that has been cut from a tree tronco We need more logs for the fire.
(Definition of log from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

log

noun /loɡ/
a thick piece of unshaped wood tronco, leño The trees were sawn into logs and taken to the sawmill.
a logbook cuaderno de bitácora The captain of the ship entered the details in the log.
logbook noun
an official record of the journey of a ship or aeroplane cuaderno de bitácora; registro All the details of the flight were entered in the logbook.
log in phrasal verb ( log on)
(computing) to carry out the actions needed to start using a computer system conectarse, iniciar sesión You have to type in your password in order to log on to the system.
log off phrasal verb ( log out)
(computing) to carry out the actions needed to stop using a computer system desconectarse, cerrar sesión Don’t forget to log off when you’ve finished using the computer.
(Definition of log from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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